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Re: bug in my view: temp directory hard-coded in cvs binary comes from t
Derek Robert Price
Re: bug in my view: temp directory hard-coded in cvs binary comes from the user that built the exe
Tue, 06 Apr 2004 11:19:13 -0400
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Ruben Diez wrote:
>I'm a CVS newbie, I'm not sure this is the right place to send this
>/ bug report.
>I just found out to my cost that the temp directory hard-coded in the cvs
>binary comes from the user that built the exe. That's bad practice, and I
>think it should be considered as a bug. (I built under Linux using the
>I have implemented the -T work-around in xinetd.d/ etc. etc. , but it's
>still a bug in my view!
How else would you expect CVS to determine the temp directory to use at
run time, aside from the -T option or the $TMPDIR environment variable?
Get CVS support at <http://ximbiot.com>!
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